Bilfinger and Cryotec partner up in LNG sector

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Industrial service provider Bilfinger has collaborated with Cryotech Anglagenbau to develop a concept for processing small gas volumes into LNG.

This includes treating gas derived from various sources, supplying the corresponding liquefaction technology, and providing LNG for further use in Europe.

Karsten Hoffhaus, Managing Director of Bilfinger, said, “As part of this partnership, we will be able to provide all the required services throughout the entire lifecycle from under one roof – from the LNG facilities’ planning all the way to their installation.”

“This will give a sustained boost to our position on the market.”

LNG frequently is in demand at locations that are far from a major import terminal.

Accordingly, facilities that are able to produce the fuel locally in smaller quantities and to deliver it where it is needed will play an ever more important role in the future.

This is because small, modular liquefaction facilities enable a reliable and uninterrupted supply chain, from the gas source straight to the end consumer.

Corinne Ziege, Managing Director of Cryotec Anlagenbau, said, “Our combined expertise will allow us to offer customers an end-to-end solution for small-scale LNG facilities, customised to their requirements and ‘made in Germany’.”

The use of LNG as fuel is gaining ground in many industrial and commercial sectors, given that it emits fewer pollutants than diesel or heavy crude oil.

For example, replacing diesel with LNG in the transport sector can achieve a 25% reduction in the greenhouse gases emitted by heavy trucks and tractor trailers.



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